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Men's FireFall™ Jacket


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The Firefall Jacket provides superior warmth with Thermal.Q™ insulation where you need it most and Dry.Q™ waterproof technology so you can stay out on the mountain longer.
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Features & Specs

  • Breathable - -
  • Waterproof Technology - -
  • Weight: - 2 lb 3 oz / 1000 g -
  • Reviewers rated this product: - True to Size -
  • Good For: - Ski / Snowboard -


The Firefall Jacket provides superior warmth with Thermal.Q™ insulation where you need it most and Dry.Q™ waterproof technology so you can stay out on the mountain longer.



  • Fabric Body: 70D X 160D 2L Dobby (100% Nylon)
  • Insulation: Thermal.Q™ 40 g/m²


  • Center Back Length: 31 in / 79 cm
  • Fit: Standard
  • Weight: 2 lb 3 oz / 1000 g


  • Dry.Q waterproof, breathable, seam-sealed 2L construction
  • Two zippered hand warmer pockets, left chest pocket, left forearm multi pocket with separate compartments for pass and included goggle wipe
  • Powderskirt-pant integration
  • RECCO® avalanche rescue reflector
  • Extra long pit zippers
  • Fully adjustable helmet compatible hood
  • Imported


Men's FireFall™ Jacket is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 21.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great, especially for price I have a handful of days in the jacket, and can’t wait to suit up for this winter. I actually have the firefall bib too, and they pair perfectly. My primary thoughts that come to mind when riding in this setup are: 1. I honestly did not think one could be this comfortable on the mountain. And 2. How is it possible to get this performance and feature set at this price point! Seriously though, very happy with the firefall design for a frontside kit. Durability, cut, and features are all spot on. Most of the time I ride with a light to medium base layer and could not be more comfy. 200lbs, muscular, large fits great on the top but the large bib is a bit baggy. This is this first time I’ve skied with an insulated shell, and I love the simplicity.
Date published: 2018-10-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Lots of features and pockets. I just received this jacket, and so this review doesn't cover performance but provides more detail about the jacket. I suspect that the performance will be fine. Sizing: I am 5’8” 140 pounds and got the medium. The sleeves are long and it’s slightly baggy on me, but the length is about right for skiing (slightly longer). I selected the medium because I prefer a looser fit and plan to layer inside it when skiing. Sleeves: The sleeves have a liner with a thumb hole that will keep the sleeve from riding up. I don’t know if I like it or not yet. It does not appear removable. The wrists have an adjustable Velcro closures. The sleeves are pretty roomy and should accommodate a fleece layer inside with no issue. There are small pockets and a RECCO reflector (see below) on the sleeves. Warmth: The jacket is more than a shell, so can be worn alone when the weather is cool, but I plan to use an insulation layer. I haven’t used it yet to confirm. RECCO: There’s a RECCO radio reflector sewn into the right sleeve. I hope I never need it to be used. Material: The material had a slight rubber smell when I first removed it from the shipping bag. It’s made in Vietnam. The water repellency seems good from my water test. The material seems closer to nylon than cordura. I’m hoping it is as breathable as it claims, and it seems to be a decent thickness. Machine wash cold, low heat dry. Venting: There are long pit vents with (oddly) a double ended zipper. There is a mesh preventing the vent from opening more than a couple inches (my previous Mountain Hardwear jacket would open completely). I haven’t tested how much this limits the venting. Zippers: The zippers are average, not super smooth but don’t bind or stick. The main zipper is doubled ended, with an internal wind/rain flap. They work fine, but didn’t seem anything special. There are zippers for most of the pockets, they also seem adequate. All external zippers have an additional cord on the pull to allow use while wearing gloves. Pockets: Lots of pockets. Two standard hand pockets are very lightly lined, although not quite high enough to be considered pack-compatible. There’s an external chest pocket on the left and two small internal chest pockets on the right. One is a pouch shaped to hold sunglasses, while the zippered one behind the pouch is just large enough to hold a wallet. The left sleeve has a double pocket (two separate small pockets). The sleeve pocket closer to the wrist has a detachable goggle wipe, the one further up is really tiny and probably designed to hold lip balm or a RF ski pass. Inside left is a large pouch that can probably hold the detachable hood. Hood: It’s large. Attached across the back with a zipper and at the sides with two snaps per side. There is an elastic drawcord to tighten the hood. The zipper and snaps are covered when the hood is removed. Powder skirt: There’s also a removable power skirt with some small hooks in the back that I suppose are used with matching ski pants. They are small enough so that they are not bothersome. The powder skirt uses snaps to secure it in front, zipper to remove. Overall: The jacket appears well made, the stitching and seams are solid. It looks good and I like the pockets and features. Hope that the breathability and venting will keep it cool enough to use on warmer ski days. I also plan to keep this jacket a while, so I also hope that the material will be durable enough to last many years. Will adjust rating if these become issues in the future.
Date published: 2018-09-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very satisfied costumer Never had a jacket from you guys ,just a bookpack I'm definitely buying more products from you
Date published: 2018-04-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent ski/snowboard jacket First off I will say that I’m 6’2” and weigh 175lbs, and although a medium should fit me I went large because this is a boarding jacket. I am happy I went this way becuase it fits great. Plus there is a little room left for a down puffy or wool sweater, and the arms are longer. This jacket functions very well in -10 Celsius weather. I recent went to Lake Louise for a weekend of skiing and found I only needed to wear a base layer and the jacket itself. The armpit zippers came in handy for heat release and the powder skirt kept the snow out. I really like that you can take the hood off if you want, but it has good adjustability and comfort if you wanna use it. Beyond all this it looks great for the cost! (This review was collected as part of a promotion.)
Date published: 2018-04-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Ski Jacket Bought this jacket primarily for skiing and also for wearing around town. 5'-9", 160 lbs and ordered a medium. The fit is trim, so it's not baggy around the chest and waist, but there is plenty of length in the sleeves and body. I really like the arm pockets with the goggle cleaner and a place to put ski passes. The hood is removable, which will be good for clear days, and it is large enough to easily fit over a helmet. The pockets of insulation do provide some level of warmth, so this is not just an outside shell. Overall I am happy with the jacket and hope that it lasts as long as my old MH shell.
Date published: 2018-04-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Ski Jacket I just returned from a trip to Mammoth Mountain and I was able to use most of the features. I really like the pockets that are in convenient places. Especially like the large inside pocket to store face mask, also used it to store packable down vest. The pocket for the season ski pass in the sleeve worked real well. The first day was warm, so I unzipped the pit zippers to allow for more ventilation. The shell seemed to be breathable and comfortable in the warm weather. The next day was stormy with wind and heavy wet snow. The jacket did a great job of keeping me warm and dry. I used the powder skirt around the waist and the hood over my helmet. Overall, I really like the jacket and highly recommend it. My only complaint would be the removable hood tends to unzip a little and has a strange rubber tightening devise that I can't figure out. I would prefer a permanent hood with easier to use tighteners. But that really isn't a problem and the hood worked well with my helmet and kept the snow and wind out.
Date published: 2018-03-24
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Nice Jacket, very odd sizing. The jacket seems like a quality product you would expect from Mountain Hardwear. I haven't tested it out in bad conditions yet but I'm sure it will perform well. The issue is terrible sizing, trying to buy anything MH has made in recent years is pretty much a guessing game. I'm 5'10, 180 lbs and I ordered a medium. The sleeves are almost too long but the rest of the jacket is very snug. Almost tight enough in the chest area that its uncomfortable. The only reason I didn't return it was because I figured the large would fit better in the chest area but the sleeves would be way too long. I purchased a monkeyman fleece and a hoody also both size medium and had to return them because they were too tight, way too tight. I then ordered a dynotherm jacket in a size medium and it was way too tight....huge shocker! I have two other MH shells in a size large(which fit perfect), the Firefall jacket in a medium( which fits odd) and we will see if the dynotherm in a large fits. I got the Firefall because a MH Therminator was returned to be fixed under warranty. I waited almost two months and when i got my jacket back, it had tape on the tear in the chest. Two months to apply tape. I was not happy to say the least and after ten minutes of arguing with the warranty department,they admitted that they should have replaced the baffle with the tear but they were very busy and got lazy. To add to the situation,I first ordered the Therminator jacket in a large and the sleeves were literally six inches too long! So like I said, its a total guessing game to actually get consistent sizing. Ive never had sizing issues with any clothing in my life. Customer service verified that I'm not crazy, they admitted their sizing is terribly inconsistent in the last few years. Ive spent thousands over years on MH gear, Im not sure I will in the future. Very dissapointed.
Date published: 2018-03-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent Quality Bought this jacket for winter outdoor walking (not ski). The build quality is excellent, with good stylelish. I like it. The only issue is that it's a little tight in body (I'm not big at all). (This review was collected as part of a promotion.)
Date published: 2018-02-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Firefall Jacket - Medium 5’10” 160 lbs - I ordered a medium which fits great. I haven’t worn it in any extreme cold conditions but it’s been great in typical Northeast US winter. Very light weight, and I like the style too.
Date published: 2018-02-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Premo quality Functionality and purpose styling, great quality and attention to detail. Very happy with the jacket.
Date published: 2018-02-11
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